Mold Removal and Remediation Services in Bergen County, NJ
GreenWorks' dedicated PMII Certified Mold Removal Professionals, Inspectors, and Remediators are ready to service the entire Bergen County.
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When you work with the GreenWorks team, you can rest assured that you are getting top-quality attention and care. We specifically assign to you one of our property managers to service your home or business from top to bottom. Here are some additional benefits of choosing GreenWorks.
- We are experts in mold removal within homes and buildings
- Certified to investigate and locate the mold
- Available for commercial, industrial, or residential work
- Certified to Remediate Molded Areas
- Always licensed and insured
- Serve the entire Bergen County area
- Experts on identifying the source of moisture and locating hidden mold
- Ability to identify Sick Building Syndrome
- EPA Lead-Safe Certification
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The Team You Need To Solve Your Mold Removal and Remediation Problems
Do you need air quality testing, mold inspection services, or odor detection and diagnosis? Look no further! GreenWorks is the Bergen County team for you. We take pride in our mold removal services and are ready to service your New Jersey home.
For any problem related to air, moisture, or mold, we are here to help to offer an affordable, timely solution. Our team is experienced, knowledgeable, and skilled in treating mold removal and remediation problems. We offer our 'Certified Green' professional services cover all of Bergen County and strive to be the top black mold removal specialists in New Jersey.
Do you have burning questions about possible mold in your home or the necessary treatment? Our experts are ready to clear the air! It doesn't matter if you live in a residential house, rental home, or vacation condo. Perhaps you suspect your office has mold and want to address the issue immediately. If this happens to be the case, give our team a call.
What GreenWorks Offers You
We like to think of ourselves as building biologists. We are here to help our neighbors identify the environmental problems affecting them and fix them for good. We came from backgrounds in environmental sciences, environmental construction, land use, and environmental advisory.
Our primary goal is to improve the quality of the environment you’re in. Mold will not only affect the overall structure of your home but, when left untreated, your health as well. For this reason, we distinguish ourselves in this industry as environmental advisors and use these qualifications to deliver science-backed solutions that will clean up your home and your air.
Our team of experts will work with you to create a plan to rid the area of mold, odor, and unhealthy air by tackling the causes, not the symptoms. All of these problems stem from extra moisture, so we work to identify and treat this source with things like indoor air quality testing and mold inspection. We believe that a healthy life starts at home, and that’s hard to do when you’re living with poor air quality and mold.
Here is what you can expect from us:
- Fast service and turnaround time
- Scrubbed air
- Financing always available
- Clearance testing and reporting
- Contamination assessment
- Environmentally friendly remediation for mold
- Asbestos inspection
- Mold remediation with dry ice
- Inspection for lead paint
- Chemical remediation
- Non-chemical remediation
- Cleansing and restoration of affected contents
- Solutions that are always effective and affordable
Mold can form for many different reasons. In New Jersey, these include roof leaks, ice dams, flooding, pipe leaks, poor drainage, or excessive humidity. Even natural disasters like Hurricane Sandy from back in 2012 can be the perpetrator. Many folks in the Bergen area were unfortunately affected by Sandy’s wake. When something this major occurs, buildings in the area can get extensive mold and water damage. Even years later, poor air quality and hidden mold infestations can linger around.
Whether you suspect mold has been in your residence only recently or has been festering for several years, our team at GreenWorks can handle any job.
A Trusted and Certified Solution
Mold and poor air quality can be two tough tasks to tackle, especially if you’re on a one-person team trying to handle it yourself. Please step back and let our team of environmental building experts lend a hand. Our extensive backgrounds, client dedication, and solutions based in science mean we’ll knock out your mold and solve the problem moving forward.
About Bergen County
Bergen County, New Jersey, was founded back in 1683 and currently holds the largest population of any NJ county. It’s home to the George Washington Bridge (the world’s busiest vehicle bridge), the MetLife Stadium, (the most expensive sports stadium ever built), and Westfield Garden State Plaza (one of the largest shopping malls in the US).
Without a doubt, this is an amazing county to live in. However, mold can find itself in any location. GreenWorks serves all of the residents of Bergen County in locating, identifying, treating, and preventing mold, black mold, poor air quality, and odors.
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Frequently Asked Questions
There is no one air quality test to cover it all. If its a newer home we would lean towards a chemical test for VOC's. If is an older home with a musty aroma we would test for biologicals.
They are used interchangeably where a Remediation is the removal of molds back to Normal Fungal Ecology. You can't get rid of mold 100%.
It depends on a few facftors like: access, basement vs attic, finished areas vs. non-finished areas and organisms type (toxic vs. non-toxic. So looks at a range of from $5.00/SF to as much as $25.00/SF (or more).
Rust colored mold on your walls might not be mold at all. There is a type of micro-organism called Iron Bacteria that often gives the appearance of a rust colored mold.
Best way to remove odors is to remove the source. But odors are often absorbed by surrounding building materials and can be difficult to address. To address those areas can use a deodorizing treatment such as a biocide, hydroylation, ozone, etc. It just depends on the type of odor and how long it ahs been around.